Prime Minister's Office
The task force on the monetary policy framework has formulated 11 proposals concerning the framework for prudential tools, a revised and improved inflation...
- Oct 11, 2018Government accounts 2017
- Oct 11, 2018Merger of Central Bank of Iceland and Financial Supervisory Authority in preparation - Inflation targeting to remain the principal objective of monetary policy
- Oct 03, 2018Minister Thordarson visits United Nations, France and UK
- Sep 25, 2018IMF Article IV visit to Iceland 13 – 25 September 2018
What do we do
The Prime Minister's Office (PMO) supports the Prime Minister in administrating the division of responsibilities between other ministries and has a role - formal and informal - in co-ordinating government policies on convergent issue-areas. It organizes committees which are appointed by the Prime Minister to work on selected issues and enforces and monitors the implementation of government decisions.
About the ministry
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Katrín Jakobsdóttir took office as prime minister on November 30, 2017. She has been in parliament for Left-Green Movement since 2013. Katrín is the chairman of the party from 2013. She was Minister of Education, Science and Culture from February 1, 2009 to May 23, 2013.